ILS 10th graders are completing work on their projects for the “Vladivostok – tourism gateway to the APR” competition. The fourth session was quite creative, with each team acting out their roles in a different dramatic genre: comedy, drama, fantasy and musical. The audience assessed their performances for fantasy, logic, and artistic imagination.
“Our team was given the genre ‘musical’,” explains Veronika Zhandarmova of section 10A, “and we decided to perform a simple dance.”
The fantasy genre went to the international team of students from South Korea and Russia.
Team No.3 performed a skit in the soap-opera tradition.
At the end of the session, the 10th graders made corrections to their presentations and preliminary defense.
The presentations were evaluated by two judges: Yekaterina Dobromyslova, manager of Old Fashioned gastrobar, and Aleksandra Shoman, CEO of Forstrong, which manufactures sports attire.
The experts asked questions and pointed out aspects of the students’ work that require further attention, noting the various projects’ strengths and weaknesses.
“On April 25, the students will present their projects to experienced professionals from the tourism industry,” notes Valentina Kovaleva, who teaches Russian Language and Literature at ILS and serves as head of the school's International Center. “Each team has put a great deal of thought and effort into their project, trying to make it interesting and useful. I wish all the students good luck with their defense.”